my 3 months old baby have lose motions from 3 months i have given her antibiotics through injections

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hi every one is their is every one for my help iam veery anxious my 3 months baby have watery motion with smell and its happend 7 to 8 times within a day iam very anxious, my pediatric gave her antibiotics through injection with a course of 6 days but they also didnt effect her is their is any one for my help please help me my baby is getting week day by day and she is also not puting the weight too,

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    Hi aisha

    If your baby has still got watery motions then you have to go back to the doctor....take her back to your doctor as soon as possible because if she continues to have watery motions she will dehydrate and this is not good for a young baby.....is she taking her feeds? You must see your doctor as soon as possible..call emergency number if you cannot see your doctor......best wishes for you and your little one...

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      yes she is takeing bottle feed and ihave visited many doctors but from their medicine she gets well for one to two days then she again felt ill and have motion
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      Hi aisha10644

      If you are unhappy with your doctors diagnosis then take your baby to the accident and emergecy at your local hospital. They will have to see a young baby. Go today as all doctors surgeries are closed and the accident and emergency will help you. Your baby may be allergic to the antibiotics being prescribed for her or she is allergic to her milk. Perhaps she is lactose intolerant......hope you get to the bottom of the problem..best wishes for you and your baby....

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